juggle

Part of speech: verb

To deceive by trick; practise sleight of hand.

Part of speech: noun

A trick; deception.

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Usage examples "juggle":

  1. I pick up the coin and juggle it around. - "The Lost Kafoozalum", Pauline Ashwell.
  2. It's the word they juggle with. - "Mrs. Red Pepper", Grace S. Richmond.
  3. Dey ain't had no holiday yit, 'kaze w'en de holiday come, dey'd go ter wuk, dey would, en juggle wid one er n'er fer ter see how dey gwine ter ketch up wid Brer Rabbit. - "Nights With Uncle Remus", Joel Chandler Harris.